Ginkgo Biloba comes from the ginkgo tree that grows in the Zhejiang region of Eastern China. The tree has a history that dates back to over 200 million years.
Western herbal medicine typically uses the leaves, either cut or whole, to make ginkgo biloba tea infusions.
Ginkgo Biloba tea’s health benefits have been analyzed by scientists and medical practitioners for a long time. Ginkgo biloba is a natural herb that has a long history in Chinese medicine.
Ginkgo biloba tea contains several key flavonoids found in the infused leaf. Among these are: quercetin, kaempferol, and isorhamnetine. Ginkgo biloba tea also contains sufficient amounts of glycosides, non-flavonoid terpenes, carotenoids, and ginkolides A, B and C.
The following are ginkgo biloba tea’s well-known health benefits:
Stimulates blood and peripheral arterial circulation;
Reduces lethargy and improves sense of well-being;
Improve the memory;
Treat hearing disorders like tinnitus;
Improve disturbed equilibrium;
Improve mental alertness;
Be used as supplement for Alzheimer’s disease